All these Singhs (who volunteered to fight) were twenty two in strength, some of whom came earlier while others joined later.

Neither any fort nor boundary wall they had for protection, except that they were too keen to make sacrifice in battle.

So they chiselled out a (wooden) pillar (out of a Tree Trunk) and planted it firmly on a plain level ground.

Then, skinning a tender lamb after slaughtering it, they prepared a war drum with its dried skin.


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